Getting a Custom BSP 5.0

From WIKI SECO

Introduction

The followings steps will guide you in compiling U-Boot and Kernel 3.14.28.
This will allow you to deeply customize your System.
If you don't want to compile both Kernel and U-Boot, you can also download the U-Boot and/or Kernel precompiled version here .
If you don't need to customize your installation and you want to start in a fastest way, please take a look at Create a Bootable SD using Precompiled Images.

Before continuing, please note that these steps will works only for i.MX 6 BSP 5.0

Getting the last U-Boot Release

First of all, you need to download the source from the SECO's Git repository.

git clone https://git.seco.com/arm/nxp/imx6/bsp5/release/u-boot-2014-04-secoboards-imx6_rel.git

You are now ready to manually compile the U-Boot. Please follow the instructions at [BSP 5.0 Compiling U-Boot ]

If you don't want to compile the U-Boot yourself, download the pre-compiled version here .

Getting the last Kernel 3.14.28 Release

First of all, you need to download the source from the SECO's Git repository.

git clone https://git.seco.com/arm/nxp/imx6/bsp5/release/linux-3-14-28-secoboards-imx6-rel.git

You are now ready to manually compile the Kernel 3.1.14. Please follow the istructions at [BSP 5.0 Compiling Kernel 3.14.28]

If you don't want to compile the Kernel yourself, you can download the precompiled version here .

Getting a Filesystem

The list with the available File System provided by SECO can be found here .